Recycling Meets DIY With iPhone 3GS "Water Resistant Prototype"

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After you drain that cool, refreshing soda and prepare to go out on that 50-mile bike ride you had planned today, don't forget to retain the bottle and protect that iPhone. [Flickr - Thanks, Chris]

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wolfsingleton
wolfsingleton

So this is just sticking an iPhone in a plastic bottle. Actual usage is moot at this point huh? So if putting a gadget inside a container makes it water-resistant... wouldn't anyone indoors be basically accomplishing the same thing while still being able to use the phone? If a product can claim a feature simply by virtue of location, that would make my dad's tweed sport coat a "flight suit" by wearing it on a plane?

Sorry, but I have to go now so I can stick my desktop tower on my legs so I can have a laptop.